PAINWeek at Sea: Leaders in Pain Education Invite Frontline Practitioners to Cruise, Learn & Earn CE/CME June 13-20

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PAINWeek®—the largest US pain conference—is crossing international waters, offering a unique opportunity for busy frontline practitioners to take a well-deserved yet productive vacation, seeing the world while earning CE/CME credits from experts in pain management.

Spawned from the highly successful annual PAINWeek conference in Las Vegas and regional PAINWeekEnd series, PAINWeek at Sea breaks new waves of making mandatory learning fun while facilitating a collective movement to continually enhance the quality and efficacy of care given to patients suffering from chronic pain.

Boarding the luxurious Celebrity Equinox cruise ship in Athens, sailing to three Greek islands, and concluding in Ephesus and Istanbul, Turkey, from June 13-20 participants have an opportunity of a lifetime—to relax, learn, and earn CME while exploring the cradle of our civilization!

Registration is limited, and slots are filling up fast, so interested parties must act now to obtain 12 CE/CME and travel the world!

The course fee is $795, and cabin prices start at $1,009. For information on registering, the itinerary, and the curriculum, visit http://www.painweek.org/sea.

PAINWeek at Sea registrants are further offered the opportunity to register for the 2015 PAINWeek National Conference in Las Vegas, September 8-12, for $99 off the current online published price of $499.

About PAINWeek

PAINWeek® is an innovative single point of access designed specifically for frontline practitioners, recognized as a trusted resource for the latest pain management news, information, and education. Active in live, print, and digital realms from its annual national conference – the largest one of its kind in the US – to its expansive web presence, PWJ—PAINWeek Journal, regional PAINWeekEnd conference series, learn-and-cruise PAINWeek at Sea, and ongoing coverage of pain management issues, PAINWeek is available 24/7/365 to meet the diverse clinical and practice management needs of practitioners every day of the year.

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